Her er hun intervjuet av Rune Salomonsen.
The title of Sarah Vanhees performance is from the science fiction author Ursula Le Guin and her novel The Left Hand of Darkness. (Better fantasy than Tolkien, according to the former literary hot shot critic Alan Bloom). The protagonist Genly Ai visits a people who can foretell the future, even though they live as everybody else. It seems they find it difficult to answer most questions because words are too unprecise. And they see their art of foretelling as the insight in the perfect uselessness of knowing the answer to the wrong question. The foreteller Saxe says to Genly that there would be no religion if God was known to exist or not exist. And that the only thing that we can know for certain about the future of everyone is that we will die.